A Return To Love - Book Review - Deepstash

A Return To Love - Book Review

I really liked the message that A Return to Love preaches. We really need less egoism and selfishness in our world and more kindness and selflessness . As someone who values being nice, I really appreciate the reminder that nice people don’t finish last.

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